February 27, 2018

Fallon's new CFO joins Health Foundation committee

Kevin Grozio, Fallon Health's new CFO.

The Board of the Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts has elected two new members to three of its committees, including Kevin Grozio, Fallon Health senior vice president and CFO.

Grozio, a Wilbraham resident who has served as CFO at Worcester-based Fallon for about three months, was elected to the Health Foundation's investment committee for a term of three years. He has more than 20 years experience in the financial part of the health insurance industry.

Elected to serve a second three-year term on the investment committee were Thomas Bartholomew, president of Worcester-based Bartholomew and Co., retired Worcester city auditor James DelSignore and retired Webster Five Cents Savings Bank Vice President Brian Perry.

Michael Grenon, vice president and principal at Grimes & Co., Inc., was elected to a third and final term on the same committee.

On the nominating committee, Sheilah Dooley, executive director of Worcester's Pernet Family Health Services, was elected to a first three-year term. Elaine Fluet, president and CEO of Gardner-based GVNA Healthcare was elected to a second and final three-year term.

On the foundation's audit committee, Bay State Savings Bank President and CEO Peter Alden and AdCare Hospital President Jeffrey Hillis were elected to their second three-year terms.


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